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Thursday, 30 April 2015

GOV DICKSON OF BAYELSA STATE RECEIVE KUDOS FOR HIS LABOUR FRIENDLY POLICIES

GOV DICKSON OF BAYELSA STATE RECEIVE KUDOS FOR HIS LABOUR FRIENDLY POLICIES

30/04/2015. 

The Bayelsa Development Forum, a socio political organization has lauded the Governor Henry Seriake Dickson led Government in Bayelsa State for religiously meeting its salary obligation to workers in the State, since the inception of the administration.

Speaking to journalists, after an emergency meeting of Forum in Yenagoa, the President, Comrade Agidigbo Koriakede and Secretary, Ebisintei Ebiowoubo, also commended the Governor for his friendly disposition, which has ensured a harmonious relationship between the administration and labour in the State.


Describing the Governor as a labour friendly leader, the Forum noted with satisfaction, the administration’s commitment to the prompt payment of salaries and allowances of workers, when so many States in the country have failed to pay salaries for months, occasioned by the economic down turn in the Country.

The Bayelsa Development Forum equally expressed satisfaction with the cordial working relationship and unity of purpose among the various arms of Government, which according to them, has largely been responsible for the massive infrastructural development across the State.

While enjoining Governor Dickson to remain focused, they also called on labour in the State to always support the administration in the implementation of its development agenda for the State.

In a related development, an elder statesman and Chairman, Governing Council of the Bayelsa State College of Health Technology, Chief Thompson Okorotie, has commended the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, the Trade Union Congress, TUC and other affiliate unions in the State for their sense of maturity, understanding and patriotism in their dealings with the administration of Hon. Seriake Dickson in the State.

Chief Okorotie, who made the commendation, while addressing the inaugural meeting of the Governing Council and the management of the College at Otuogidi in Ogbia Local Government Area of the State, also expressed gratitude to the Bayelsa State Governor for the current efforts at settling the backlog of pensions and gratuities inherited

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